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Undergraduate Programs FAQs
Q: When is the Admissions Deadline?
Q: Where and how can someone obtain information on AUS?
Q: Where is AUS accredited?
Q: Is there any office or agency that officially represents AUS overseas?
Q: Does AUS offers afternoon classes, part-time or correspondence programs?
Q: Does AUS provide residency visas for its students?
Q: How long does it take AUS to issue student visas?
Q: What are the majors offered at AUS?
Q: Is AUS affiliated with any other American university?
Q: How do I apply for the Master’s program?
Q: What is the minimum high school average for admission?
Q: What are the secondary education certificates accepted by AUS?
Q: Does AUS ask for SAT I and TOEFL?
Q: Does AUS conduct entrance exams?
Q: If an applicant meets the admission requirements except for the TOEFL score, can he/she still join AUS?
Q: Does AUS conduct TOEFL exams?
Q: Procedures for applying:
Q: Does AUS accept transfer students?
In principle, we approve
admission of transfer applicants. To be eligible for consideration for
admission, applicants should meet the following conditions:
are in good academic standing, i.e., not on probation or dismissed from the
institution from which they are transferring.
are transferring from a recognized and accredited institution of higher
education offering learning experiences equivalent to those offered at AUS and
have successfully completed one or more semesters in that institution.
Prior to their admission to the institution from which they are transferring,
they met the AUS requirements for admission.
meet the English language proficiency requirements of AUS.
submit official transcripts of their high school and college/university records
along with the syllabi and descriptions of courses they seek to transfer.
achieved at their institution a minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA)
as required by AUS. For academic year 2011-2012, the required minimum CGPA is
either 2.5 or 3.0 on a scale of 4.0 depending on the type of institution the
applicant is transferring from.
Furthermore, the minimum required course grade(s) to consider for transfer is
either a C or a B depending again on the type of institution the applicant is
transferring from. The appropriate academic division at AUS solely makes the
decision on awarding credits.
Q: How many courses does a transfer student have to complete before transferring to AUS?
Q: What is the minimum GPA required from a transfer applicant to be considered for admission?
Q: How long does it take to inform a transfer applicant about the number of credits to be awarded?
Q: Can AUS students transfer to any other institution of higher education in the United States or another country?
Q: What is the maximum number of credit hours that may be transferred to AUS?
Q: Tuition Fees for Academic Year 2012 – 2013
Q: Housing Fees for Academic Year 2013–2014
Q: Does AUS offer scholarships or financial grants to students?
Q: Are transfer students included in the Scholarships policy?